Super-Low-Price Washing Machine LOGIK L612WM16 - now £161.99 @ Currys eBay
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Super-Low-Price Washing Machine LOGIK L612WM16 - now £161.99 @ Currys eBay

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Condition & Services
  • Brand new & pristine product
  • Delivered by our KNOWHOW™ delivery teams
  • Installation & Recycling available. Additional charges apply
  • Request Installation and/or Recycling in "Note to Seller" at checkout

Specification
  • Capacity: 6 kg
  • Spin speed: 1200 rpm
  • Quick wash time: 15 minutes
  • Energy rating: A+
  • One-year manufacturer’s guarantee
  • Type: Freestanding washing machine
  • Colour: White
  • Manufacturer's guarantee: 1 year
  • Capacity: 6 kg
  • Energy rating: A+
  • Wash performance: A
  • Annual energy consumption: 194 kWh
  • Annual water consumption: 9240 litres
  • Consumption per cycle: 1.01 kWh, 48 litres
  • Spin performance: B
  • Maximum spin speed: 1200 rpm
  • Noise level (wash): 58 dB(A)
  • Noise level (spin): 76 dB(A)
  • Variable temperature: Yes
  • Number of programs: 16
  • Wash programs: Baby




    Care, Cotton 20, Cotton 40, Cotton 60, Cotton Intensive, Delicate, Drain




    Only, Eco, Express 15, Mixed, Rinse & Spin, Spin Only, Sports,




    Synthetic, Wool
  • 60° wash time: 209 minutes
  • 40° wash time: 193 minutes
  • Quick wash time: 15 minutes for 2 kg
  • Variable spin: Yes
  • Spin stability: Yes
  • Water remaining after spin: 55%
  • Loading: Front loading
  • Display type: LED screen
  • Program selector: Dial & buttons
  • Delay timer: Yes, 24 hours
  • Time remaining indicator: Yes
  • Box contents: Logik L612WM16 Washing Machine, Water supply hose, Drain hose holder, Instruction manual, Transport bolt covers
  • Dimensions: 850 x 595 x 470 mm (H x W x D), 33.5 x 23.5 x 18.5 inches (H x W x D)
  • Recess dimensions: 860 x 605 x 495 mm (H x W x D)
  • Boxed dimensions: 885 x 650 x 555 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 54 kg
  • Boxed weight: 58 kg
  • 58 kg
  • Product Code: 151804
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edanfalls1 h, 29 m ago

Why not both? Get a larger capacity machine and put less in.From what I've …Why not both? Get a larger capacity machine and put less in.From what I've seen, most people massively overload their washing machine. Stuffing clothes two thirds of the way to the top of the drum does not do its longevity any good.


In a decent washing machine as long as you can do a thumbs up on top of the load (without squashing it down) then it should be okay.

Obviously if you buy cheap rubbish then they can make any kilogram claim knowing people will buy it "because it say 27kg, that's more than this 25kg Grundig" and the cheap Chinese bearings will probably still last a year.

Bearing in mind all washing machines are the same size you can only increase the load size by

a) Putting better quality suspension and bearings in place to support a bigger drum.
b) Putting in a bigger drum knowing the suspension and bearings won't last long.
c) Lying. After all you can get 9kg in if you kick. It. Really. Hard. Like. This. And. Then. Leeeean. On. The. Door. Like. This.

At sub £200 it will be a combo of b) and c).

As an ex repair man I would say at least spend the extra £20 on a Beko. They have a brand to protect, and more importantly you can get spares when a cheap part like the door seal rips or breaks. Why scrap a machine for a £10 part you can fit yourself in ten minutes?
For the same money you can get a 7kg model from argos argos.co.uk/pro…519 also if you are a family of 4 then 8kg is the minimum size you should consider, a 6kg will not last long doing family loads as the belt bearings and motor are not designed for heavy loads. The bigger capacity the machine the more reliable they tend to be as they have stronger bearings etc.


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For the same money you can get a 7kg model from argos argos.co.uk/pro…519 also if you are a family of 4 then 8kg is the minimum size you should consider, a 6kg will not last long doing family loads as the belt bearings and motor are not designed for heavy loads. The bigger capacity the machine the more reliable they tend to be as they have stronger bearings etc.


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cuzzy5 h, 48 m ago

Not sure if this is eligible, possibly 15% off. …Not sure if this is eligible, possibly 15% off. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/15-off-on-ebaycom-2808-until-10pm-pst-25-minimum-spend-2808-4pm-2908-6am-bst-3030127



The idea is that the price is already very low.
The question is what the definition of a deal is :-)
SOUTHWALES8 h, 28 m ago

For the same money you can get a 7kg model from argos …For the same money you can get a 7kg model from argos http://www.argos.co.uk/product/8043519 also if you are a family of 4 then 8kg is the minimum size you should consider, a 6kg will not last long doing family loads as the belt bearings and motor are not designed for heavy loads. The bigger capacity the machine the more reliable they tend to be as they have stronger bearings etc.[Image]


Just put less in a bit more often! Who weighs their washing anyway?
Besford29 m ago

Just put less in a bit more often! Who weighs their washing anyway?


I don't know anyone that weighs their washing but with a bigger drum you are less likely to have to worry about the load being to heavy.
Besford1 h, 53 m ago

Just put less in a bit more often! Who weighs their washing anyway?


Why not both? Get a larger capacity machine and put less in.

From what I've seen, most people massively overload their washing machine. Stuffing clothes two thirds of the way to the top of the drum does not do its longevity any good.
Besford1 h, 55 m ago

Just put less in a bit more often! Who weighs their washing anyway?


Usually people do it the opposite. Put more and less often. If people can get more clothes in, with a little push, then they will get it in for the same load rather keeping it for the next time.
A Bush that takes a larger load.
edanfalls1 h, 29 m ago

Why not both? Get a larger capacity machine and put less in.From what I've …Why not both? Get a larger capacity machine and put less in.From what I've seen, most people massively overload their washing machine. Stuffing clothes two thirds of the way to the top of the drum does not do its longevity any good.


In a decent washing machine as long as you can do a thumbs up on top of the load (without squashing it down) then it should be okay.

Obviously if you buy cheap rubbish then they can make any kilogram claim knowing people will buy it "because it say 27kg, that's more than this 25kg Grundig" and the cheap Chinese bearings will probably still last a year.

Bearing in mind all washing machines are the same size you can only increase the load size by

a) Putting better quality suspension and bearings in place to support a bigger drum.
b) Putting in a bigger drum knowing the suspension and bearings won't last long.
c) Lying. After all you can get 9kg in if you kick. It. Really. Hard. Like. This. And. Then. Leeeean. On. The. Door. Like. This.

At sub £200 it will be a combo of b) and c).

As an ex repair man I would say at least spend the extra £20 on a Beko. They have a brand to protect, and more importantly you can get spares when a cheap part like the door seal rips or breaks. Why scrap a machine for a £10 part you can fit yourself in ten minutes?
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odom1 h, 51 m ago

In a decent washing machine as long as you can do a thumbs up on top of …In a decent washing machine as long as you can do a thumbs up on top of the load (without squashing it down) then it should be okay.Obviously if you buy cheap rubbish then they can make any kilogram claim knowing people will buy it "because it say 27kg, that's more than this 25kg Grundig" and the cheap Chinese bearings will probably still last a year.Bearing in mind all washing machines are the same size you can only increase the load size bya) Putting better quality suspension and bearings in place to support a bigger drum.b) Putting in a bigger drum knowing the suspension and bearings won't last long.c) Lying. After all you can get 9kg in if you kick. It. Really. Hard. Like. This. And. Then. Leeeean. On. The. Door. Like. This.At sub £200 it will be a combo of b) and c).As an ex repair man I would say at least spend the extra £20 on a Beko. They have a brand to protect, and more importantly you can get spares when a cheap part like the door seal rips or breaks. Why scrap a machine for a £10 part you can fit yourself in ten minutes?


Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.

But bought a Beko freezer that only lasted 18 months,called them up,not interested,no good will at all.

So would recommend stay clear of Beko.
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Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only …Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only lasted 18 months,called them up,not interested,no good will at all.So would recommend stay clear of Beko.



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philipgregson5817 m ago

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1677034/Two-year-warranty-EU-law.html



Yes went back to the retailer,did mention this and the 6 year claim.

Agreed that he would lease with us on the fault,but we would have to get a certified engineer out to diagnose the fault and if 100% confirmed a manufacture fault that was present at time o purchase then they would pass it on to their legal team and take the appropriate steps.

said will involve going to the small claims court for the outcome.

Try mentioning the 2 year EU and 6 year claim and see how you get on !
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Yes went back to the retailer,did mention this and the 6 year claim.Agreed …Yes went back to the retailer,did mention this and the 6 year claim.Agreed that he would lease with us on the fault,but we would have to get a certified engineer out to diagnose the fault and if 100% confirmed a manufacture fault that was present at time o purchase then they would pass it on to their legal team and take the appropriate steps.said will involve going to the small claims court for the outcome.Try mentioning the 2 year EU and 6 year claim and see how you get on !


What was the fault? Honestly there isn't a huge amount to go wrong on a freezer so the fault makes a big difference.
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odom2 h, 5 m ago

What was the fault? Honestly there isn't a huge amount to go wrong on a …What was the fault? Honestly there isn't a huge amount to go wrong on a freezer so the fault makes a big difference.


Erm it failed to freeze,it made buzzing noises and I could fold my pizza without snapping,only got as cold as fridge
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Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only …Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only lasted 18 months,called them up,not interested,no good will at all.So would recommend stay clear of Beko.



Lol, if you are advising staying away from Beko, what are you doing in a thread for LOGIK and BUSH washing machines? These are even lower quality no brand names produced by the likes of Vestel.

Beko have a better reputation than any of the products manufactured by Vestel. I'm not in favour of either - they are very low quality throw away products.
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fiqqer2 h, 15 m ago

Lol, if you are advising staying away from Beko, what are you doing in a …Lol, if you are advising staying away from Beko, what are you doing in a thread for LOGIK and BUSH washing machines? These are even lower quality no brand names produced by the likes of Vestel.Beko have a better reputation than any of the products manufactured by Vestel. I'm not in favour of neither - they are very low quality throw away products.



Beko have a great reputation eh ? no good will when I contacted them on a product that should last many years.

They was not interested at all.

throw away products ! what a load of hog wash,last freezer lasted 20 years...

So what I will do is never buy A Beko product ever again if their products are throw away every 18 months

HTH.
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Beko have a great reputation eh ? no good will when I contacted them on …Beko have a great reputation eh ? no good will when I contacted them on a product that should last many years.They was not interested at all.throw away products ! what a load of hog wash,last freezer lasted 20 years...So what I will do is never buy A Beko product ever again if their products are throw away every 18 months HTH.



I wouldn't say Beko have a great reputation - but certainly better than Vestel products. You have to pay more for better products - so its a balance of price vs quality. The better products cost more than double - ie Samsung offer 5 year warranties for their washing machines but are double the price at over £400. LG had a 5 year offer last year for around the same. You can get decent products for less but they will be more than the vestal or Beko products.

Also bear in mind that cheaper products are made to fail - because they use cheaper less sturdy parts - ie washing machines now have sealed drums so even if the cheapest parts fail after the warranty lapses you will need to replace the whole washing machine! When they have a estimated 7k load, they will be using bearings designed for that load. Overloading them means the bearing wears out quicker. Its better to get one with a bigger load, rather than a smaller one.
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Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only …Got a Beko 8kg been fine for 3 years.But bought a Beko freezer that only lasted 18 months,called them up,not interested,no good will at all.So would recommend stay clear of Beko.


Beko freezer packed-up after 18 months? bet it's to late, but if not?

Phone again, and mention how it must (legally) be of "reasonable quality", and last for a "reasonable amount of time" (it's a consumer law thing) The "sorry, it's out of warranty" line is BS, and they know it.
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Gazz594 h, 28 m ago

Beko freezer packed-up after 18 months? bet it's to late, but if not?Phone …Beko freezer packed-up after 18 months? bet it's to late, but if not?Phone again, and mention how it must (legally) be of "reasonable quality", and last for a "reasonable amount of time" (it's a consumer law thing) The "sorry, it's out of warranty" line is BS, and they know it.



Erm its not,a product is guaranteed for 6 months with no quibble and after you have to prove it was faulty on delivery...

too late,yep on scrap heap.

I rang the retailer and they was a disgrace who my contract was with and they was b and q a disgrace asked to talk to a manager and the phone was disconnected numerous times and the manager was on dinner and then holiday.

managed to call uk services told would need to get an engineer out and get a written report (This would cost as much as as new freezer) to prove the fault was present at sale and would pass onto to the relevant person.

Try mentioning not fit for purpose or UK 6 year warranty and see how you get on,its never oh yes sorry here is a new one

Different matter for an expensive item like a car or item that's worth thousands,get a report and take the retailer to court...
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Erm its not,a product is guaranteed for 6 months with no quibble and after …Erm its not,a product is guaranteed for 6 months with no quibble and after you have to prove it was faulty on delivery...too late,yep on scrap heap.I rang the retailer and they was a disgrace who my contract was with and they was b and q a disgrace asked to talk to a manager and the phone was disconnected numerous times and the manager was on dinner and then holiday.managed to call uk services told would need to get an engineer out and get a written report (This would cost as much as as new freezer) to prove the fault was present at sale and would pass onto to the relevant person.Try mentioning not fit for purpose or UK 6 year warranty and see how you get on,its never oh yes sorry here is a new one Different matter for an expensive item like a car or item that's worth thousands,get a report and take the retailer to court...



Gazz59


CS eh, some (so I've found) FANtastic, others? need a nudge, and some? need a bloody good shove...off a CLIFF.

We had a Fridge Freezer (Bush) with an identity crisis. After about 18 months it decided it wanted to be a freezer 100%
I called Argoose CS at HO in MK , had a friendly chat about the law and consumer rights, and a week later the ffffreezer was collected, and we had a near full refund.

Sadly FAR too many people fall for the "I'm sorry, but it's been 12 months and a day, so it's out of warranty" BS.

I would recommend people listen to BBC THREE COUNTIES RADIO, and the JVS SHOW. M-F 9-12 (but skip to 11-12, the consumer hour) You can do it now if you like, via iPlayer...it's a real eye opener.

All the best
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Gazz594 h, 15 m ago

Gazz59CS eh, some (so I've found) FANtastic, others? need a nudge, and …Gazz59CS eh, some (so I've found) FANtastic, others? need a nudge, and some? need a bloody good shove...off a CLIFF.We had a Fridge Freezer (Bush) with an identity crisis. After about 18 months it decided it wanted to be a freezer 100%I called Argoose CS at HO in MK , had a friendly chat about the law and consumer rights, and a week later the ffffreezer was collected, and we had a near full refund.Sadly FAR too many people fall for the "I'm sorry, but it's been 12 months and a day, so it's out of warranty" BS. I would recommend people listen to BBC THREE COUNTIES RADIO, and the JVS SHOW. M-F 9-12 (but skip to 11-12, the consumer hour) You can do it now if you like, via iPlayer...it's a real eye opener. All the best


Its in black and white consumer law and warranties,they have acted within their rights and so would not budge retailer or Beko even with mentioning this not fit for purpose and giving them plenty of hassle they said would look into it with a written report that would cost as much as the freezer.

Argos was very good with a cock up on a cooker installation a while ago,big apology and massive discount on cooker with installation,so they will get my business in future.

q and bee and Beko lost all business


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Its in black and white consumer law and warranties,they have acted within …Its in black and white consumer law and warranties,they have acted within their rights and so would not budge retailer or Beko even with mentioning this not fit for purpose and giving them plenty of hassle they said would look into it with a written report that would cost as much as the freezer.Argos was very good with a cock up on a cooker installation a while ago,big apology and massive discount on cooker with installation,so they will get my business in future. q and bee and Beko lost all businessEdited to link goverments law on the matter Warranty


I've also found Argos good, along with Robert Dyas, but a company that supplies Robert Dyas?, WOW...

Halogen oven.... Plastic (cradle) handle snapped as it was removed from the box
I had no receipt as it was an xmas gift, but it was replaced on the spot by RD...Now the oven is out of warranty, and a (plastic) timer switch breaks off. RD would have helped IF I could have supplied proof of purchase, so it was on to the supplier...long story short? They paid for return for inspection, and returned a BRAND NEW unit a week later, now THAT'S CS.


The thing about the report costing as much as a new unit is often a point in the customers (you n me) favour...if yer convinced yer on solid ground, since you will be refunded the full cost of the report if it is in your favour, very handy when dealing with a company where an item is KNOWN to have a problem. Sadly the "norm" is to fob us off....well yfb, not "us" eh
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Gazz592 h, 29 m ago

I've also found Argos good, along with Robert Dyas, but a company that …I've also found Argos good, along with Robert Dyas, but a company that supplies Robert Dyas?, WOW...Halogen oven.... Plastic (cradle) handle snapped as it was removed from the box I had no receipt as it was an xmas gift, but it was replaced on the spot by RD...Now the oven is out of warranty, and a (plastic) timer switch breaks off. RD would have helped IF I could have supplied proof of purchase, so it was on to the supplier...long story short? They paid for return for inspection, and returned a BRAND NEW unit a week later, now THAT'S CS.The thing about the report costing as much as a new unit is often a point in the customers (you n me) favour...if yer convinced yer on solid ground, since you will be refunded the full cost of the report if it is in your favour, very handy when dealing with a company where an item is KNOWN to have a problem. Sadly the "norm" is to fob us off....well yfb, not "us" eh



If it can be still difficult to prove the fault was there at delivery even with a report...

few years ago bought a fridge/freezer from a large name supplier and was adamant in flogging a warranty...

mentioned the EU warranty covers for up to 6 years and they got a right strop on and mentioned well if you want to take us to court to argue it out we would...

As mentioned if a high value product ie car engine blows up after a few months or a year out of warranty would take it all the way...
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If it can be still difficult to prove the fault was there at delivery even …If it can be still difficult to prove the fault was there at delivery even with a report...few years ago bought a fridge/freezer from a large name supplier and was adamant in flogging a warranty...mentioned the EU warranty covers for up to 6 years and they got a right strop on and mentioned well if you want to take us to court to argue it out we would... As mentioned if a high value product ie car engine blows up after a few months or a year out of warranty would take it all the way...


High value item?, HELL yes take it all the way every time.

Yes, I remember it was a big thing to try n flog the "extended warranty" on EVERYthing (didn't know about the EU 6 yr thing...cheeky) Oh yes...now?, since I discovered Stephen Rhodes (the voice of Family Fortunes) who went on to present the consumer programme on bbc 3cr that is now handled by Jonathan Vernon-Smith, I'm better clued up, and very much enjoy pointing it out to "CS" as and when. It's sure come in handy once or twice.
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